Hall of Fame induction: 2020
Nikko Brady was a three times statewide MVP, state champion in the high hurdles three times and in the long jump four times at Charter School of Wilmington, she was all-conference four years at Boston University.
While attending Charter School of Wilmington she was the State outdoors MVP in 2007 and indoors as a sophomore and junior in 2007 and 2008. She won three events, placing in a fourth, to lead Charter to its first state championship in 2009. She was a three times State Meet of Champions winner at the 100-meter hur-dles, where she ran the seventh fastest time in state history (14.37) after sophomore year at Nike Outdoor Nationals. She was also a four-time long jump winner at Meet of Champions, with second longest (18-10) all-time. Also Meet of Champions winner in the triple jump in 2009, when she won three events.
While attending Boston University she was a four-time conference champion who qualified for NCAA region-als three times. Was elected America East Rookie of the Year in 2010, winning league title at 55 hurdles (8.04) and long jump (19-0), with top-five finishes in 60-meter hurdles and long jump at the ECAC Champion-ships.
As sophomore, top-five in the ECAC 60-meter hurdles and long jump, second in the America East 60-meter hurdles and third in the long jump. At the outdoor ECAC meet, 8th in the 100-meter hurdles and long jump.
As junior, won the America East 60-meter hurdles (8.64) and second in the long jump (19-¾). Took sixth in 60-meter hurdles 8.62 at the ECAC Championships.
As senior indoors, fourth in the long jump at ECAC Championships, third in the 60-meter hurdles (8.65) and fourth in the long jump at the New England Championships. Also as senior, won the Penn Relays Eastern long jump in 20-4½, second best in university history.